Keith Bald­win, HCP 9

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Skech­ers Go Golf Drive 2 (Spike­less)

I re­ally liked the style; they looked like an or­di­nary pair of shoes. Even af­ter nine holes, they still felt just as soft and I had no blis­ters which was the main thing. They were su­perb in every way, and I would wear them on the course, on the range or in the bar.

Skech­ers Go Golf Pro 2 (Soft spikes)

They de­liv­ered straight out of the box com­fort as soon as I put them on. They were very sta­ble on the course, and my feet didn’t ache at all. Although you can feel that they are a spiked shoe, they are still com­fort­able and easy to walk in. I also liked the plain­ness of them – I thought they looked very neat – so there were no draw­backs at all re­ally.

Over­all verdict

I would def­i­nitely rec­om­mend them to other peo­ple. You could get them out on the first tee for the first time and have no prob­lems. I prob­a­bly pre­ferred the Drive 2 shoes as they were an all-round, more com­fort­able shoe, but I ex­pected the spiked shoes to be a lot firmer which they weren’t, so they still ex­ceeded my ex­pec­ta­tions.

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